Jason Rezaian, The Washington Post
Letters smuggled out of Iran’s Evin Prison offer a terrifying window into the lonely and desperate existence of foreign citizens trapped in the sinister web of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. The letters describe a long-term pattern of psychological and physical abuse that is sickeningly reminiscent of my own ordeal in the same miserable prison ward. Australia-U.K. dual national Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a lecturer at Melbourne University, has been in Iranian state custody since September 2018. Read more.